The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 20, 1956 · Page 9
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 9

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Tuesday, March 20, 1956
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Tuesday, March 20, 1950 Foreign News Analysis ~ Big Boys Try Again On Arms Race Hy CIIAItLKS M. .MCCANX . United' 1,'ress Korcigii Analyst The big powers arc off again on their long frustrating attempt to work out a disarmament agreement. • . Delegates of the United, Canada, Great Britain, France and Soviet Russia met in London to try 'to get going on a program. This in itself is a minor conference. The delegates met as a sub'-' committee of the United Nations Disarmament Commission. Any agreements they might make would have to be worked out in detail by the governments concerned. There is no indication that Russia is ready to agree to a system of inspection which would be essential to guard against cheating. But hope persists that some time, in some way, the path be opened to an agreement that would lessen the increasingly terrible throat of a great war. The palh might possibly be opened at last at the London conference. This time Britain and France are to present a ?iew disarmament plan. Prime Minister Anthony Eden and Premier Guy Mollet agreed on it during their recent talk in London. Their plan may or Husbands! Wives! Get Pep, Vim; Feel Younger ThouiecUs of couplM arp %veak. worn-out, exhausted i\i*t iK-caus? body lacks iron. For ntr.w younger icelmK niter 40, Lry Ostrcx Tonic Tablets.^ CojiSnin iron fur rwp: supplement dose* vjtuniim Ht unU JJ?. I» ft single day, Oitrci supplies ai much iron u 16 dozen raw •oysters. 4 ll>5. oi livtrr or J6 lln. of Iwrf. 7-iiay "ft t-aequaintiHl" jiin cods little. Or KCI &.W- SLTXI ami save 51.-15. At ai! dnigijistc. may not turn out to offer new possibilities of agreement. But the conference''also will take up seriously the •'question '..of control of atomic weapons! The basis for this phase of the the last few months; by the ex- .change, of correspondence between conference, has bean U*id :down, in President! Eisenhower and Soviet Premier Nikolai A. Bulganin. The correspondence stems from Ihe : President's • proposal at the Geneva "summit" conference last July for "open r;-;ies" air inspection of- military facilities, and an exchange of blueprints ; of military strength. . ... ..-;'•. 'Do Nothing 1 Label Is Put On Congress ; Pop* Piiis XII celebrates Ms birthday during- the Lenten season, March 2. His Holiness marked the occasion .with a talk and Apostolic Blessing ; to - parochial school children in the United States or, behalf of the annual Catholic Bishops' Appeal' for Funds • taken up in approximately 19,000 churches during Lent. It marked the ,first time in four years that he delivered: .the talk personally. f The "forty days campaign" of the iciiiidren, whose daily contributions are' equivalent to persor.-il sacrifices, accounts for approximately one fifth of the $5,000,000 goal. The Fund-makes possible the distribution by Catholic Relief Service of worldwide assistance, given solely on the basis of need—regardless of race, religion, creed or country of origin. Thief Gets Cold Feet, Returns Host ^ S3 MILWAUKEE, Wis -UP- Po- all but $95 of tho 1c4J loce said Tuesday a thief appar- * n e ftrm last March lY, ently tried to case the "heat" on Police said they ju-e sttll him by returning practically all of for the thief. 1 , *~ his loot. ' ' A package containing $l,T87 v,as Fish should be strung through found in the office of Wisconsin the point of the lower lip only, not Sports Service Inc It represented through both Ky VKAXK KLKAXKK •WASHINGTON—UP—. Some Republicans were beginning to grumble Tuesday that ;he Democ'ratic- controllei.1 84th Congress isn't doing much. One said ii may go down as ;i, "do nothing" congress. Publicly. Demonrats scoffed at ihe charges, which are aimed mainly at the They said much major legislation already has been passed, ills House is Cttught up with its work, awl that this is the reason members now can take it easy. Privately, some Democrats were a lltUe concerneci. lest the "Do Nothing" label take hold. It is a fact that little currently is being: done in the House itself, although most committees, as always, are busy. \Vhile the Senate has worked long hours daily on the farm bil, the House has'been meeting, sometimes briccly, ony etimes briedly, only three or four times a week. Weeks ago. th'e House scheduled an Easter vacation, to start at the close of business Thursday. March 29, and run till Monday April 9. Meantime, the calendar lists only appropriations bills and routine legislation to be considered before Ihe vacation, .and not much of either of them. The lack of action on the floor does not mean members are idle. Bet w e e n committee sessions, morning and afternoon, and tending to chores for the homefolks, not much time is left for House sessions anyway. Those committee meeting's —20 or so every das — may foretell plenty of long House sessions later, probably in mid - summer, when members are anxious to go home. At the moment, there is only one major piece of. legislation approved by committee and ready for House action. This is a Sl.G billion school construction bill, pending since lasi summer. , Members tend to blame the rules committee for "bottling- up" this' controversial bill. Actually, it has .been put in cold storage until nrps- pccts for its passage improve.' MAKE BAYTOWN A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE Vote For PUBLIC HOUSING-SATURDAY We Of The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local Union 644, Are In Full Accord With The City Council And Housing Authority On This Issue. Two Widely-Known Auto Agents Form Texas Motor Co. BEFORE leaving for London, Harold E. Stassen, President Eisenhower's top aicle on disarmament problems, tells a news conference in Washington, D. C., that he believes there is a fairly good cliance Russia will agree to tho President's call for an atomic weapons freeze. In London he will hold talks with the Russians on the problem of world arms reductions. (International) Associated is the operation of the recently formed Texas Motor Co. at 801 E. Texas, arc two well known Baytov/a automobile dealers. Harold Bergeron and Jim Carter, both actively engaged in the automobile business for several year?, formed the company which o"eab in used cars. Bergeron came to Bay town in 353-j, find received his diploma from Robert E. Lee in 1937. He is a former member of the Lions club and 1 the Junior Chamber of Commerce. The veteran of campaigns in Africa end Italy during World War II. serving with the ?.6th Infantry Division, now lives at 217 Lakewood drive with, his wife and four children, Harold Bergeron Jr.. 7: Dixie Jo. 10..both students at Travis elementary school; .Morris, 5, and Mary Louise. 3. Carter, a resident of Baytown since 1949, is a member of the First Christian church, the father of four children. Adrienne, 16; immy, 13; Vann, 11, and Sherrell. 10. The 20-year veteran of the automobile business is secretary of the Optimist club and member of the board" of directors, a former member of the Jaycees, and during World War IT served with the Sfith Infantry Division in ETO. Daniel Webster found Old Crow to be u the finest in the world" '.Silver-tongued Senator Daniel ] ,••;...•. ; ^ ; • ,• Webster called Old-Crow boiiT- -:~ ;: IV ~' bon "the finest in the world," WOW.-IN A MILDER, LOWEB- PRICED S8 PROOF BOTTLING! 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